Three indicted in December double homicide in Anchorage

Three defendants were indicted Wednesday for their roles in a late-December double homicide in Anchorage that resulted in the deaths of Jeramyha Talauega and Robin Porter.

Solomon Tavita, 23, faces charges of 2nd degree murder, attempted murder in the 1st degree, robbery in the 1st degree, and misconduct involving a weapon in the 1st degree.

Linda Chattell, 26, is indicted on charges of 2nd degree murder, and robbery in the 1st degree.

Meghan Pugh, 31, was indicted on charges of 2nd degree murder, manslaughter, misconduct involving a controlled substance in the third degree, and misconduct involving a weapon in the third degree.

If found guilty, the defendants could face from 10 to 99 years in prison for murder in the 2nd degree.